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Jeffrey Fagan focuses on Criminology, Juvenile delinquency, Social psychology, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. He has included themes like Economic Justice, Legitimacy, Aggression and Sanctions in his Criminology study. His Legitimacy research includes themes of Empirical evidence, Procedural justice, Perception, Criminal justice and Poverty.
His work on Juvenile court as part of general Juvenile delinquency study is frequently linked to Inner city, Predictor variables and School dropout, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study connects Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. His work on Domestic violence as part of general Injury prevention study is frequently connected to Psychiatry, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Jeffrey Fagan mostly deals with Criminology, Juvenile delinquency, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Law. The concepts of his Criminology study are interwoven with issues in Legitimacy and Law enforcement. His work carried out in the field of Legitimacy brings together such families of science as Procedural justice, Perception and Compliance.
Jeffrey Fagan works mostly in the field of Juvenile delinquency, limiting it down to topics relating to Social psychology and, in certain cases, Developmental psychology. His work on Injury prevention is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Human factors and ergonomics. His research in Juvenile court intersects with topics in Punishment, Jurisdiction and Retributive justice.
Criminology, Injury prevention, Homicide, Legitimacy and Suicide prevention are his primary areas of study. His Criminology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Officer and Race. Much of his study explores Injury prevention relationship to Human factors and ergonomics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social psychology, Compliance, Legal socialization and Procedural justice, Perception. Jeffrey Fagan interconnects Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study and Deference in the investigation of issues within Procedural justice. The various areas that he examines in his Criminal law study include Criminal justice, Law enforcement and Supreme court.
Jeffrey Fagan mainly investigates Injury prevention, Criminology, Suicide prevention, Occupational safety and health and Human factors and ergonomics. His work deals with themes such as Terry stop, Social psychology and Law enforcement, which intersect with Criminology. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Punishment and Wrongdoing.
In general Suicide prevention, his work in Homicide and Suicide attempt is often linked to Clinical psychology, Juvenile delinquency and Computer security linking many areas of study. His Occupational safety and health research integrates issues from Psychiatry, Anxiety, Ethnic group and Intrusiveness. His Criminal law research incorporates themes from Criminal justice, Racial profiling, Affect and Statistical discrimination.
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Legitimacy and Cooperation
Tom R. Tyler;Jeffrey Fagan.
Legitimacy and Cooperation: Why Do People Help the Police Fight Crime in Their Communities?
Tom R. Tyler;Jeffrey Fagan.
Ohio St. J. Crim. L. (2008)
The Peritraumatic Distress Inventory: A Proposed Measure of PTSD Criterion A2
Alain Brunet;Daniel S. Weiss;Thomas J. Metzler;Suzanne R. Best.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2001)
THEORY AND RESEARCH ON DESISTANCE FROM ANTISOCIAL ACTIVITY AMONG SERIOUS ADOLESCENT OFFENDERS
Edward P. Mulvey;Laurence Steinberg;Jeffrey A. Fagan;Elizabeth Cauffman.
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (2004)
Developmental Trajectories of Legal Socialization Among Serious Adolescent Offenders
Alex R. Piquero;Jeffrey Fagan;Edward P. Mulvey;Laurence Steinberg.
Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (2005)
ESTIMATING A DOSE‐RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LENGTH OF STAY AND FUTURE RECIDIVISM IN SERIOUS JUVENILE OFFENDERS*
Thomas A. Loughran;Edward P. Mulvey;Carol A. Schubert;Jeffrey A. Fagan.
Attention Felons: Evaluating Project Safe Neighborhoods in Chicago
Andrew V. Papachristos;Tracey L. Meares;Jeffrey A. Fagan.
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2007)
Why do Criminals Obey the Law? The Influence of Legitimacy and Social Networks on Active Gun Offenders
Andrew V. Papachristos;Tracey L. Meares;Jeffrey Fagan.
Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (2012)
Effects of Gender and Ethnicity on Duty-Related Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms among Urban Police Officers
Nnamdi Pole;Suzanne R. Best;Daniel S. Weiss;Thomas Metzler.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (2001)
Critical incident exposure and sleep quality in police officers.
Thomas C. Neylan;Thomas J. Metzler;Suzanne R. Best;Daniel S. Weiss.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2002)
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